Low blood levels of vitamin D are associated with higher risks of everything from heart disease, diabetes, and cancer to mood disorders and even dementia.
Magnesium is considered the “anti-stress mineral” It is also a natural tranquilliser. More than 300 chemical reactions inside your body depend on it, from regulating muscle and nerve function to making protein, bone, and DNA. Your body can store magnesium, and our skeleton is the largest reservoir we have, but your body doesn’t make magnesium on its own. Ideally, we will get enough from our diet, but since most of our food grow in magnesium-deficient soil resulting in weak plant growth, Magnesium deficiency is common.